Good evening, I hope that you are still revelling in the glory of our victory last night. Amazingly, this is my fourth match thread in a row and we are almost safe, however The Saints still need a point to secure Premier League status. Kick off: Sunday 13th May 15:00 Location: St. Mary's Officials: Referee: Andre Marriner Assistants: Simon Long, Richard West Fourth official: Mike Dean (Thanks Saint Don!) Southampton: Mark Hughes and his merry men will be swanning their way back from Wales buoyed by their victory and knowing that they have almost secured their Premier League survival. The last game of the season will be a St. Mary's with the fans and players hopefully exuding confidence and joy, something rare this season. Team news: Steven Davis is out. Mario Lemina and Jan Bednarek are both serious doubts. Yoshida is likely to be recalled in place of either Bednarek or Stephens. Win probability: 13 % Top scorer: Charlie Austin and Dušan Tadić (7) Games since a clean sheet: 0 Games since a Saints home win: 0 Current position: 17th (woohoo!) What Saints need to do to ensure safety: If Southampton get a draw or better they are safe. Otherwise, if Swansea win at Stoke, Southampton must avoid a heavy defeat and a 10 goal swing (due to Swansea's worse goals for column). Man City: The undisputed Premier League Champions, who have played scintillating football at times and have some of the best players about. They may be generous enough to give you a goal if you can get up that end of the pitch! Team news: Sergio Agüero is out injured, however Man City have six other players who have scored more than Saints' top scorer. The line-up is almost impossible to predict as Guardiola shuffles his pack once more. Win probability: 67 % Top scorer: Sergio Agüero (A mere 30) Games since a clean sheet: 1 Games since a Man City away win: 0 Games since an Man City away defeat: 3 Current position: 1st Last time: 0-3 Outlook: Almost there! Southampton have had a very good record of beating Manchester City at home in recent seasons, however a star-studded City are performing at a different level under Guardiola this season, scoring 105 goals at an average of 2.8 a game this season. A victory for them will complete an emphatic Premier League campaign with a 100 points to their tally. It will be difficult to guess what sort of team both sides will put out. Southampton are unlikely to make wholesale changes (Gabbiadini, Long and Yoshida will be pressing for a recall to the starting line-up) and will be keen to get the job done and will perhaps perform better without so much pressure. Manchester City are difficult to guess having made eight changes midweek, albeit winning comfortably in the process. Southampton must enjoy their day yet make sure that City do not score six (like they did at Watford) or seven (at home to Stoke). Likewise Swansea have scored 10 goals in their last 13 Premier League matches, so the odds are good, however I will be delighted to get over the line, that is now so close. Never give up hope and thanks for the journey and support Not606ers !